Alumni News and Spotlight Stories
Ever since Aimee Shock, MD ‘17 spent a month in Zimbabwe during medical school, she’s made it a priority to infuse global health perspectives into her approach to patient care. Today, she has the opportunity to do just that as an internal medicine resident participating in the Global Health track at MedStar Health in Baltimore, through an affiliation with Georgetown University Hospital.
The AUC Faculty Senate and the Black Medical Student Association are teaming up to launch the “YOUR VOTE MATTERS” initiative to make the process of voting in the next United States Presidential Election on November 3, 2020 as easy and stress-free as possible for eligible AUC medical and clinical sciences students, staff, and faculty.
With more than 20 years of nursing experience under her belt, it’s safe to say that Lalita Alexander knows her way around a hospital better than most medical students.
AUC’s Family Medicine Chair and Lead Clinical Chair, Dr. Derek Anderson, was recently honored as the 2020 Family Physician of the Year by the Louisiana Academy of Family Physicians (LAFP).
This month and every month, we’re celebrating the progress women have made in medicine while highlighting opportunities to increase gender equality in the field.
A pathology and laboratory medicine resident at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago, Dr. Kanakis has been actively engaged in the pathology community and has received numerous awards for his work.
Students, colleagues, and community partners didn’t let distance stop them from doing good during AUC’s 39th Community Action Day on Saturday, August 1.
Developmental behavioral pediatrician Dr. Silvia Pereira-Smith has stepped up to meet an urgent need within her profession: improving access to care for an increasingly diverse patient population.
The new initiative aims to make the process of voting in the next U.S. presidential election easier for eligible members of the AUC community.
Like many physicians and healthcare professionals, Dr. Auriel Mouzon wasn’t sure what to expect when the COVID-19 pandemic surged into Flint, Michigan, where she is a PGY-3 pediatric resident at Hurley Medical Center.